It’s Time to Celebrate the Holidays in Syracuse
The 35th Annual Gingerbread Gallery at The Erie Canal Museum in Syracuse is Open for Business.
Syracuse residents have probably visited The Erie Canal Museum at some point in their lives. However, their Gingerbread Gallery is one-of-a-kind. The Museum is dedicated to preserving the Weighlock Building, which helps tell the Erie Canal story and what it was to live in a canal town. A pivotal part of our nation’s history, visitors can board a replica of a canal boat while understanding the structure’s importance. Starting on November 20th, the organization will celebrate one of the oldest traditions in the city: the Gingerbread Gallery. For the 35th year, the sweet aroma of ginger will greet visitors upon arrival at the Museum. Some fun facts about the event are below-
- It begins on November 20th and ends January 10th, 2021
- All entries are made locally by professional and amateur bakers
- Timed tickets will first become available on November 13th
The Erie Canal reminds us of how important it is to protect our homes and businesses from flood damage. In Syracuse, SERVPRO of East Onondaga County is ready to help when disaster strikes. A call to (315) 446-8776 gives you the access to experts you need when flood water enters your home. We will do everything we can to leave your home, “Like it never even happened.”